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More Arts & Crafts Gifts

by Arts and Crafts Editor on October 29, 2014

in Art + Craft

ABOVE: Organic chocolates from Cocoa Bungalow by Wicked Bonbon.

Here is a selection of gift-worthy items, chosen by our editors. You might find a present for a bungalow-loving friend who appreciates unique and artistic items. Then again, you might find something for your own house!

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Lonesomeville Pottery

Lonesomeville Pottery

Wild Bird Tile This ceramic tile in golden oak glaze captures the personality of the Bewick’s wren, a bird often seen in the gardens surrounding artist Danny Hills’ studio in the American Northwest. The decorative tile measures 5″ high, 7 1/2″ wide, and the $36 price includes the wooden base. From Lonesomeville Pottery, (503) 774-5387, lonesomeville.com


Felperin Design

Felperin Design

Hand Built Rocker Karl Felperin’s Greene & Greene-influenced rocking chair comes in a choice of woods and includes a leather seat. It measures 35 1/2″ deep x 38 1/2″ high x 25″ wide. Prices range from $1,800 in oak or cherry to $2,000 in walnut or mahogany. From Felperin Design Associates, (510) 795-6433, felperin.com


The Mission Motif

The Mission Motif

Coy Fish New from Kathleen West’s Kestrel Studios is the Japanese-inspired Koi in vivid shades of orange, while, black, and green. The print measures 15 1/2″ x 18 1/4″ It is limited to an edition of 100. Koi comes framed ($540) or unframed ($390). Available online exclusively from The Mission Motif, (888) 649-0409, missionmotif.com


Cocoa Bungalow

Cocoa Bungalow

Mackintosh BonBons Shelley Fields crowns these special chocolates with designs inspired by Arts & Crafts tiles in Charles Rennie Mackintosh rose patterns. The four organic flavors are dark on dark, peanut butter, peppermint, and Valencia-cayenne. A 12-piece assortment is $25. From Cocoa Bungalow by Wicked Bonbon, (707) 937-2071, cocoabungalow.com


Odd Inq Pottery

Odd Inq Pottery

Organic Form Jonathan White throws and alters earthenware to create his suspended leaf vessels. The layered matte green glazes are reminiscent of those from early Arts & Crafts potteries like Grueby and Teco. The 12″ high vessel sells for $750. From Odd Inq Pottery and Tile, (207) 767-3835, oddinq.com


Anne Ryan Miller

Anne Ryan Miller

Floating Leaves Known for her technique of metal overlay on stained glass for wall hangings, Anne Ryan Miller also creates lamps. This oak leaf lamp is a perfect gift for the A&C enthusiast. It features a 14″ shade with embedded glass leaves, and sells for $725. From Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio, (812) 988-9766, anneryanmillerglassstudio.com


Caledonia Studios

Caledonia Studios

Dragonfly Dreams The dragonfly nightstand in quarter-sawn oak features an Arts & Crafts dragonfly inlay of mahogany, maple, ebony, pewter, and copper. The pedimented piece measures 31″ high x 24″ wide x 20″ deep. It retails for $1,150. From Caledonia Studios, (510) 839-5569, caledoniastudios.com


Prairie Arts Pottery

Prairie Arts Pottery

Red and Strong Newly available in Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous Cherokee Red, the buttress vase from Prairie Arts (prairie-arts.com) is an original Teco shape sculpted by William D. Gates. The 6 1/2″ high vase is watertight. It sells for $75 from Fair Oak Workshops, (800) 341-0597, fairoak.com


Paint by Threads

Paint by Threads

Painting with Thread Roycroft Renaissance artisan Natalie Richards creates original pillows and table linen designs in the Arts & Crafts style. Hand-embroidered finished pillows in the styles shown are $260 to $270. Kits for the same pillows are $50 to $65. From Paint by Threads, (951) 545-7451 paint-by-threads.com


Suzanne Crane Fine Stoneware

Suzanne Crane Fine Stoneware

Living Stoneware Wheel-thrown dinnerware from a skilled studio potter showcases real botanical specimens. Available in seven glass/trim combinations, dinner and dessert plates and cereal bowls are food, oven and dishwasher safe. Prices range from $120 to $198 each. From Suzanne Crane Fine Stoneware, (434) 973-7943, artsandcraftspotteryandtiles.com


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